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Regulations and requirements for drinking water security and for secure use of recreational water has been set to minimize human wellness risk hazards [147]. One of the principle targets of the United Nations Millennium Improvement Targets (MDG) set for 2015 was to half the proportion of people today who do not have access to sustainable and protected drinking water [18]. Achievement of ambitions pertaining to secure drinking water needs an understanding of water-associated health issues reported from distinct world regions. The quantity and top quality of research associated to water linked problems are indicator with the existing circumstance of water safety in distinctive globe regions and provides an explanation of certain disease outbreaks related to unsafe water. Bibliometric evaluation delivers the tools to assess investigation trends on water-related diseases and essential elements of future investigation within this field with potential recommendation for international collaboration in particular topics in specific globe regions like arsenic contamination of water sources in some Asian nations. Therefore, the objective of this study was to give a basic overview of research publications on water-related diseases. The lesson to become drawn from this study might be the extent of worldwide efforts required to become implemented within the future to eradicate water-related ailments, particularly in developing nations where water technologies and sources accessible may not be as necessary to guarantee water safety.Solutions In this study, Scopus database was employed to retrieve articles related to drinking water or recreational water from a health point of view.The exact same applies for the word "water" which could retrieve words associated to water or waters. The words were utilised in title search to raise accuracy and minimize false optimistic results provided that "water" is present in lots of non-medical articles including chemistry, engineering and agriculture. Seven phrases related to water or water related overall health terms were utilized in title search. The title search was followed by exclusion of all terms which might be in the field of water technologies or chemistry. These terms have been identified upon manual search of prospective articles on overall health related articles. The search was even additional sharpened by two measures, the initial step was the conditional presence of the keyword "health" or "disease" or "infection" inside the abstract of retrieved articles. The second step was limiting retrieved articles to all those categorized beneath the subject heading `medicine" in Scopus. To additional assure accuracy a sample of one hundred very cited articles were manually reviewed by two co-authors to ensure accuracy in the search query. Whenever the two co-authors disagreed on a particular article, a third co-author was asked to judge and decide that article. An instance of a retrieved short article that didn't fit the scope in the search query was "Experimental study on green electrical discharge machining in tap water of Ti-6Al-4 V and parameters optimization" [19]. Whenever the search accuracy was not satisfactory because of presence of non-health water - connected articles, the authors modified the search query until accuracy obtained was one hundred within the leading 100 cited articles. Evaluation and graphics of data were carried out by exporting information from Scopus to Microsoft Excel and Statistical Package for Social Sciences System (IBM SPSS Statistics for Windows, Version 22.0.
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